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7 Seeds

7 Seeds

Scientists had predicted this disaster, and in response, the leaders of every country met to develop a plan for human survival before the meteor hit. The Seven Seeds project was developed out of this meeting. Each country froze a number of young healthy people, which allowed them to survive the meteor. After the computer determined that Earth was once again safe for human life, it released them into the world. The Japanese government created five groups of survivors: Winter group, Spring group, Summer group A, Summer group B, and Fall group. Each group consisted of seven members and one guide. The guide carried small tubes of poison on their necks to allow them to end their lives if their situation became unbearable. The Japanese government prepared seven "Fuji" as refuges for the groups. In each Fuji, the group would find seeds and numerous books instructing them on survival in the wilderness.

Wangan Jungle

Wangan Jungle

Compilation of 3 short stories: 1) Wangan Jungle 2) Pineapple 3 3) Jungle Box

Tomoe ga Yuku!

Tomoe ga Yuku!

After the death of a close friend, Tomoe, a former roller skater, joins a famous stunt men troupe, the Green Ship. The head of this troupe, Kazusa, becomes her lover, but Tomoe soon discovers that the Green Ship is a sinister crime organisation and that her dear Kazusa is a cold-hearted killer. A difficult struggle begins for Tomoe, not only against the organisation but to get away from Kazusa, who wants his lover back, dead or alive! The type of story is similar to "Romeo and Juliet."

Hare Tokidoki Yami

Hare Tokidoki Yami

Suddenly a strange man gives Hayase Nanami, aged 16 years, a package and run away. What will happen next? Will he come back and then...

Chicago

Chicago

From Viz: It is the middle of the 21st century and Tokyo is expanding more and more, filling Tokyo Bay with landfill to make room for the bursting population. But suddenly Tokyo suffers one of its greatest earthquakes, and the landfill liquefies, creating untold damage in the newly-made urban area. The members of Self-Defense Force Rescue Squad Four are sent to help. But what they dig up is a plot of murder and destruction--one that wipes out nearly the entire squad and leaves its two surviving members, the fierce Rei and her cool, handsome partner Uozumi, in a fight for their lives. There is only one place where they can find the work that keeps them alive, and the support so they can start uncovering the mystery that killed their squad: that's in the south-Shinjuku bar called Chicago. As the earthquake levels Japan's largest city and capital and leaves countless dead, rescue workers, Rei and Uozumi, search for survivors amidst the rubble of Bay District D only to find a mysterious string of dead bodies--bodies with bullet holes. Without warning, the pair is under fire from the air as a hail of gunfire rains down. Are these the killers, and if so, what is their purpose? Barely escaping with their lives, Rei and Uozumi discover that their squad is listed only as "collateral damage" and their records wiped clean.

Basara

Basara

"Basara - The spirit of freedom which denies old authority, transcending traditions and customs." Born under a prophecy that will liberate and unite Japan, Sarasa has had to take her brother Tatara's place as the "Boy of Destiny." Fighting for the oppressed, Sarasa journeys across Japan to gain allies and defeat her enemies--all while keeping her identity a secret! Basara won the Shogakukan Manga Award for shoujo in 1992.